Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) "75 Years of American Music"
Coffee table book
To mark its 75th year milestone, BMI has announced a yearlong program of commemorative projects and events celebrating its history and contributions to the growth of American music. The program will kick off with the introduction of "75 Years of American Music," a coffee table book written and art directed by Bob Guccione, Jr., the founder of Spin magazine. "75 Years of American Music" will chronicle the story of American music as related through rare images, documents and interviews from the BMI archives interspersed with current voices from influential songwriters, music publishers and entertainment executives and tastemakers.
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